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Driver backed into woman, hurting her ankle – $248,630 Verdict (access required)

The case arose from injuries sustained in a low-speed collision in a restaurant parking lot on April 16, 2013. The plaintiff, who had an unrelated right knee injury scheduled for surgery several weeks later, was exiting the passenger side of ...

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019-7-111 – Bahta v. Mohammed

Bahta v. Mohammed, Record No. 1625-18-4, June 25, 2019. CAV (O’Brien), from Fairfax Cir. Ct. (Kassabian). Timothy Bryan Beason and Walewska Marie Watkins  for Appellant; No brief or argument for Appellee. VLW 019-7-111. 10 pp. Unpublished. Full-Text Opinion

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Smith named president of Ted Dalton Inn of Court (access required)

Roanoke lawyer Charles H. “Trey” Smith III has been named president of the Ted Dalton American Inn of Court. The Inn of Court serves to improve the skills, professionalism and ethics of the bar and to foster greater interaction between ...

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Pre-sentence report error did not require resentencing (access required)

Although defendants are not categorically barred from obtaining resentencing pursuant to Rule 36 over a clerical error, the defendant was not entitled to this relief because the clerical error in his pre-sentence report only affected one of his prior convictions ...

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